The city Palace was constructed by Udai Mirza Singh in the year 1559. A blend of Chinese, Medieval & European style of architect this palace is constructed in the banks of Pichola Lake.
It is one of the most famous wedding destination & symbol of Udaipur tourism. It was built by Maharana Jagat Singh in 1746 & is situated in the Island of Jag Niwas of PicholaLake. In the year 1960 it was converted into luxury hotel & is now a part of Taj luxury resorts.
Jagdish temple is Udaipur’s largest temple which was built in the year 1651. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu & Shiva and is a fine example of Indo- Aryan architectural style.
The sunset view of LakePichola can be enjoyed from here. It is a beautiful laid out Rock Garden which gives the panoramic view of the old city.
It was constructed by Amir Chand in the 18 th century. It is also situated near Lake Pichola. This Haweli was converted into Museum to preserve the royal touch of the building as it represents the culture of Mewar.
Constructed by Maharana Bhopal Singh it literally means saheliyo ki bari, Garden of Maiden, it was constructed in the northern part of the city. The maids of the Princesses were used to stay here. In this palace the maids were allowed to make merry, sing and dance.
Located in the heart of the city, Pichola Lake is one of the most beautiful lake of Rajasthan. Built in the year 1362, by Pichhu Banjara during the ruling period of Maharana Lakha, It is one of the oldest & largest lakes of Udaipur.
Lies just behind the Moti magri Hills located in the north of Pichola Lake, it is the secomd artificial lake of Udaipur. It was built maharana Fateh Singh in the year 1678.
Jaisamand Lake is popular for being the second largest artificial lake in Asia. This lake is also known as Dhebar & is located at a distance of 48 kms from the city of Udaipur. While making a dam on Gomoti river Maharana Jai Singh built this lake.
In 1660, Rajsamand Lake was built by Maharana Raj. Located 66kms in the north of Udaipur, Rajsamand Lake lies between Rajnagar and Kankroli. The lake is also known by the name of Rajsamudra Lake in Rajasthan.
it was constructed by Maharana Uday in the year 1559 & was completed in the year 1565. From east of Udaipur it’s about 13 kilometers.
It comprises of highly vegetarian dishes. You can find type of curries seasoned with a great variety of spices that are unique to the lands of Rajasthan
People in Udaipur are generally friendly. People are generally simple, well built & cheerful untouched by the pace of modern time.
It is a very important factor for communication. Mewari is the prime language followed but Rajasthani, Hindi & English.
Jainism is the prime religion followed by Hinduism, Christianity, and Sikh& Islam.
Maharana Pratap or Dabok Airport is located at a distance of 22 km from the city of Udaipur. Many domestic airlines connect the city to all the major cities of India including Jaipur, Mumbai, Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata. Regular air services are available for Delhi and Mumbai.
Udaipur is well-connected with other cities of Rajasthan as well as India. There are frequent trains which run to and from Udaipur connecting Jaipur, Mumbai and Delhi. The luxury train Palace on Wheels is also a good option for those who wish to pamper themselves.
Udaipur has developed a brilliant road connectivity with almost all the major cities in India. The frequency of state as well private buses is awesome and regular. One can hire taxis to drive here. Jaipur (418 km) Ahmedabad (256 km), Chittorgarh (115km), Alwar (348 km), Jaisalmer (508 km)